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The Mission of the Assessment & Taxation Department is to administer State property tax laws, including Appraisal, Assessment, Tax Collection and Mapping services to property taxpayers and taxing districts so they will have confidence in the tax system and receive the highest quality customer experience.

Our staff has a strong commitment toward providing high-quality public service. You can email your questions anytime, and we will respond by the next business day.

Watch Tami Little, Assessor, and Bronson Rueda, Deputy Assessor, meet with the community

We are mailing approximately 179,000 property tax statements on Oct. 21 and 22.

Information about how to file your Business Personal Property electronically.

Paying Property Taxes

Options for payment, as well as for deferment and exemption. Also, reference schedules and procedures for payment delinquency and foreclosure.

Exemptions and Senior Deferral

You may be entitled to exempt a portion of your property taxes if you meet certain qualifications.


Oregon Law provides a residential property tax exemption for qualified military service members that exempts up to $96,283 of the assessed value of their home for 2021. To claim this exemption, qualified military service members should file an Oregon Active Duty Military Service Member's Exemption Claim form along with the required documentation. If the service member dies while performing the qualified service, the person occupying the deceased service member's home may file for the exemption.

The service member must be serving under Title 10 or deployed under the Emergency Management Assistance Compact. They must serve at least 179 consecutive days, with at least one day falling within the tax year for which the exemption is claimed.


If you are a disabled veteran — or the surviving spouse of a veteran — you may be entitled to exempt a portion of your property taxes.


If you are disabled, collecting federal Social Security disability benefits and a homeowner in Clackamas County, you may qualify for the Disabled Citizens' Deferral.

If you are at least 62 years of age and a homeowner in Clackamas County, you may qualify for the Senior Citizens' Deferral.


Churches, schools and other organizations may also claim a property tax exemption.

Department Staff
Tami Little
Your Assessor


150 Beavercreek Road Room #135 Oregon City, OR 97045

Office Hours:

Monday through Thursday
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Customer Service
Business Personal Property

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